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Kansas State University offers a few pictures and interesting tidbits on tooth amoebas, the toothbrush-fleeing microscopic parasites found where the teeth meet the gums. These photos and facts are part of a tutorial...
In our post-genomic world, engineers (including engineering faculties!) increasingly need at least a working knowledge of biology and the life sciences. The Arizona State University faculty short course Bio-Basics has...
Democratic Energy provides the full text of "A Better Way to Get from Here to There." This piece of literature posits some of the negative consequences that could result from the reliance on hydrogen as an energy...
Created by Senior Research Associate Nari Mistry at Cornell University, this 23-page pdf gives a brief but thorough introduction to particle physics. Complete with illustrations, this document covers sub-atomic...
The Department of Computational Quantum Chemistry at the University of Georgia makes available the Website, A Brief Review of Elementary Quantum Chemistry, designed by David Sherrill. The discussed topics are organized...
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